In the historical center of Tyumen, among wooden houses with intricate carvings and decor, you can see the so called Phoenix house. The building, which stood 93 years on the corner of Dzerzhinskogo and Volodarskogo streets, burned down during a fire in 2002. But after that, it was completely restored.
Initially it belonged to a person with a surname Makovetsky – unfortunately, the history did not retain details about him. Nevertheless, it is known that at the beginning of the 20th century the mansion was bought by peasant Dmitry Gorbunov, who came from Kamyshlov. In Tyumen, he traded hessian fabric and did some transporting.
The building is a model of the architecture of residential buildings of the late 19th - early 20th centuries. Its facades are framed with a carved design, decorated with an overhead and through carving in the traditions of Tyumen wooden architecture.
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